Free Video: The Defaulted Paper Tour (cont’d)
Several weeks ago, the HMB gang made a group trip to Denver.
My partners had been there before and told me how beautiful it was, and I’d have to agree. But they also failed (purposefully, I’m sure) to fill me in on some very important travel tips. Here are some things I learned, and what you’ll need to know, if you ever travel to Denver:
-You have to drink 4 gallons of water a day to stay hydrated
-Running in Denver makes you’ll feel like you’re having a heart attack
-Alcohol has a much greater effect in high altitudes (let’s not get into how I know this)
While we were in Denver, we caught up with Mike Warren, a friend of ours and a note buyer himself, and asked if he would do a quick video with us on defaulted paper.
Because of everyone’s tight schedules, we didn’t get a chance to get too detailed, but I did get him to introduce our readers to note buying and explain the process a little bit and what he does with the paper once he gets it. It’s interesting stuff.
Here’s the video:
Mike has developed some really good note buying systems, so at the end of our time together, we asked him to help us put on a webinar about note buying. He agreed to conduct a more in-depth training webinar called “Cashing In Defaulted Paper,” where he will show you:
-How to buy notes at 20-40 cents on the dollar
-How to flip notes for big finder fees
-How to do it with no money out-of-pocket and no credit
If this topic interests you, make sure to sign up for this free, information-packed webinar. The links are below:
Thu, Apr 21, 2011 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM EDT https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/250621563
Thu, Apr 21, 2011 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM EDT https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/227323282
Til’ next time, Jeff
P.S. In the interests of full disclosure, Mike has an advanced fee based note-buying training system he will introduce during the webinar. You are not required to buy anything to attend the webinar! However, if you’re thinking about getting into note buying and you like what you hear, you may want to pony up some cash to get expert training. I wouldn’t recommend “experimenting” with this strategy until you get properly trained.